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the earthquake, tsunami, and the nuclear disaster in japan. joins us tomorrow at 6 a.m. for more coverage. >> remember to set your clocks. >> that's right, spring forward tomorrow. >> this is a fox news special presentation. now, live from new york, neil cavuto. >> neil: the death toll is climbing and the financial fallout is unfolding and the devastating earthquake in japan is sending shock waves everywhere and keep on coming. the very latest we have for you. 9500 people are missing in one town in northern japan. and might not be the only one. we're harg four passenger train unaccounted for. one a busy so-called bull train, capable of holding hundreds of passengers, and the government confirming more than 400 are dead, others put the figures at three times that. and japan is now getting ready to hand out iodine to people living near the nuclear power plant, and the quakes and aftershocks magnitude at least six rocking the town with the first glance and a 12 mile radius is being cleared and tens of thousands told to go elsewhere and the situation there not as bad as perhaps first thought,
it is in the water and in the food. radiation from japan is spreading and financial fallout is unfolding. all this on the same exact day that lib libya's exploding. fighter jet shot down. global leaders in paris right now hunk cerg down. what to do about a crackpot in the middle east amid all these worries escalating well, in the far east. you name it, we are on it. a world on the brink. but as we are here to remind you these next two hours a world not broken shall we just say shaken and for the moment very much stirred here what is stirring now. japan is halt the sales of all food products within an area up to 50 miles from that fukushima nuclear power plant. this after contaminated milk and spinach started popping up in nearby and actually not so nearby towns and cities. moments later word of tainted tap water in tokyo more than 140 miles from that plant and several other areas, some even further. reason enough for the u.s. food and drug administration to announce moments ago that it is stepping up good inspections of all japanese imimportance. -- imports little a day after italy banned suc
contributions from japan, from the arab world, from other countries that benefitted from it. so, i'm the not saying we don't benefit as well, we certainly should bear some of the cost if we can oust gaddafi, that should be be our real objective. i don't see why others who don't benefit can't contribute as well. >> ambassador, hillary clinton and the president on monday, i suppose, said the arab league has been helpful and stepped forward and put a lot on the line. do you agree with that? >> i think they've put some on the line. i think that two countries, qatar and arab emirates with the no-fly zone are making an important contribution. nobody should be under illusions, this is an american led operation, it's success or failure will be a success or failure for the united states and why the president should focus on what our strategic interest in, which is getting rid of muammar gaddafi. if we do not, if we end this essentially without having done this, has this failed? >> absolutely. i think it's an enormous blow to american credibility. if risks if gaddafi stays in power that he w
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